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        Birth of the Girl Scouts | Georgia Stories

        When Juliette Gordon Low found herself unprepared for what life brought her as an adult, she found a way to use her experiences to help young women better prepare for their futures. Called Daisy as a girl, Juliette Gordon was born into a well-to-do and loving family of privilege in Savannah. Prepared for life as a Victorian wife and mother, she was unsure of her own future when her childless marriage failed. Inspired by Sir Robert Baden-Powell who founded the Boy Scouts in England, Juliette Low started the organization know as the Girl Scouts at her home in Savannah.

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